Extended Stay America - Orlando - Southpark - Commodity Circle
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... stuff. They did a really good job to match it up to the movie and the Harry potter rides were half roller coaster half simulation so it was awesome. Although expensive... Fast pass was definitely worth it as you buy pass the 2hr waiting lines! We wouldn't have been able to get as much stuff done if we didn't have it. When walking out of Universal... The riverfront was ...
... Nazi Salutes :S Well I certainly met some interesting characters. Stayed with Julius, a guy from Holland the next few days into Costa Rica, and he was willing to rough it up as much as me, whilst of course being a little stingy – something you have to be to survive in that country. Went to a massive volcano with a lake at the top, visited a place with the worlds most sky blue water caused by volcanic minerals, then bused and hitched our way on the back of motorbikes to ...
... had seen it, sadly we were out of time to see the other IMAX presentation which was on the hubble telescope, but hey, if you don't get there until almost 2 hours after it opens you are not going to fit everything in..... just sayin!
On the way in and out and also during the tour we were gator spotting, anywhere there was water, there were gators. Infact, KSC is situated on a nature reserve packed full of animals. The area around the launch pads is surrounded ...
... been wearing a free pair handed out at a Minnesota Twins game ever since losing mine on our jet ski tour around Key West (Another example of how stressful my life has become i think you'll agree). Well i managed to find a pair so we can all look forward to me modeling those bad boys in up coming photos.
Next up was laundry. Always a fun pastime, and at this hotel we have the added bonus of the washing machines being completely free yay. We actually ...
... I picked the filet as it was the smallest and I thought the most manageable. One of my table mates went straight for the wagyu beef. Once our food arrived and I tasted his, I wished I had too. The filet was very good, but the wagyu melts in your mouth. I couldn't believe that anything could taste that good, tender and flavorful and live up to it's $50 price tag, but it did. We ordered plenty of sides, too, so by the time we were ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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